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InterContinental Montreal

Meeting Rooms

Descriptions Room Specs

Nineteen Meeting Rooms :

25,163.3ft² / 2,337.75m² of Meeting Space

Largest Room Capacity :

1,000 Reception Style

Largest Room Measurements :

300ft / 91.44m x 27ft / 8.23m
(ceiling height = 9,999ft / 3,047.7m)

Smallest Room Capacity :

10 Boardroom Style

Smallest Room Measurements :

21ft / 6.4m x 14ft / 4.27m
(ceiling height = 11.6ft / 3.54m)

A&S Nordheimer

A prodigious musician and visionary, Abraham Nordheimer was second violin in the Toronto Philharmonic Society before becoming an accomplished businessman. His talent made his brother Samuel green with envy, but brotherly cooperation won out - together, they opened a concert hall and founded a prosperous sheet music business.

C. Watson

Camille Watson was a mysterious woman whose tarot cards and exceptional gifts enabled her to see the future. Enigmatic and elusive, her ‘clearest’ moments were at the Nordheimer. Some say that she could see into souls, and others that she simply made things up for anyone who would offer her champagne!

A. Fraser

A merchant of fine wine and luxury, Alexander Fraser was able to acquire the Nordheimer in 1903 on the condition that he keep the name of its original owners on the building. Legend has it that he got it for a steal too, after negotiations that were loaded... with rosé!

L. Bellatini

An insatiable gourmande, Lucia Bellatini left her mark on the Nordheimer’s history. For six years in a row, the light-hearted Lucia won a chocolate eclair-eating contest organized by Montreal pastry chefs. Sadly, a bite of chocolate eclair lodged in her throat put an end to her legendary winning streak - as well as her life!

Chez Plume

Room description coming soon.

J. Archambault

Jacques Archambault was among the earliest residents of Ville-Marie. History reveals that his land, which was awarded to him for having saved the lives of two settlers under pursuit by Québécois bandits, was bisected by what would become the famed St-Jacques Street.

This room is a perfect space for a small reception.

E. Albani

The first Canadian chanteuse to achieve international renown, Emma Albani’s unique soprano was heard the world over. Even before the globalization of music, she was interpreting the works of Mozart, Bellini, and Wagner. No lover of music could resist her timeless charm and honey-sweet voice.

With large windows, this room is ideal for board meetings. Equipped with a conference table and comfortable leather chairs to accommodate up to ten people. It is also possible to use this room for a lunch.

Bright and comfortable, this room offers an ideal setting for an elegant and small meeting!

G. Heintzman

Renowned piano-maker Gerhard Heintzman purchased the Nordheimer’s manufactory in 1927, and over decades made it famous. Rumour has it that he spent the early days of career working in a Berlin piano workshop with Henry E. Steinway, the man behind the legendary piano company.

This room is ideal for a more relaxed atmosphere and plenty of natural lighting from its magnificent windows. Your meetings will benefit from this luminescence. Also suitable for lunch or a cocktail. Newly renovated, boasting large plasma screens, it offers comfort, while ensuring an immediate well-being.

Bright and modern, this room will meet your expectations!

A. Joseph

Vanity incarnate, Augustine Joseph was known in her time as the most beautiful guest of the Nordheimer. Legend holds that her beauty was the result of hours of daily preparation. This surely inspired a great deal of envy among her peers, and gossipy echoes can still be heard in the corridors of the hotel.

This unique and modern oval room is surrounded by interior windows. It has a natural light through skylights in which it is located. It is mainly used for meetings and cocktails. Attractive and unique, this room, as all those located in the Nordheimer conference center, is provided with a touch screen allowing full control of ventilation, background sound, brightness and temperature.

Unique and attractive, the A. Joseph is ideal for meetings or cocktails!

(up to 40 people depending on configuration)

C. Delafond

An incorrigible heartbreaker, Charles Delafond made the Nordheimer his seduction headquarters. The ghosts of dozens of adoring women roam the halls when the moon is full, recounting their stories of unrequited love to anyone who will listen.

Often reserved with the W. Wilcom as they share a private entrance. It is ideal for meetings and lunches or as a lounge. This versatile room can be used for coffee breaks and lunch buffets. Brightly lit and pleasant, Saint-François-Xavier is ideal for meetings and offers a privileged space. Newly renovated, it combines comfort and modernity to optimize the well-being of our guests.

Stylish and modern, the C. Delafond is ideal for all types of meetings!

Art Gallery

A unique venue between the modern part of the hotel and the neo-Victorian building the Nordheimer conference center, the Art Gallery is a distinct and intimate space, with easy access for hosting different types of events. Appreciated for its practical and cozy setting, this attractive room is in the heart of the building with art and history that will intrigue and delight your guests.

Welcoming and attractive, the Art Gallery is perfect for a business lunch or a delicious cocktail! (up to 60 people, depending on configuration)

C.S. Stratton

Standing barely 3’ tall, Charles Sherwood Stratton, better known as General Tom Thumb, was one of the Nordheimer’s most unforgettable guests. A renowned artist with the P.T. Barnum Circus, at his peak he performed for Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. Legend has it that his small stature never kept him from pursuing his biggest dreams.

This room is the same style, but smaller and often combined with the Vieux Montreal. This is the perfect place for business lunches, small meetings and cocktails. With its huge windows and contemporary look, this room blends modern style while retaining its essence. It will charm you for sure!

Luxurious and a contemporary room the Vieux-Port is ideal for a meeting or combined with the Vieux-Montreal, to optimize space! (up to 60 people, depending on configuration)

G. Belfour

Nordheimer Hall boasted several loyal guests over the years, but none could compare to Gédéon Belfour, the music fanatic who attended over 442 concerts within our walls. They say that he would even sleep backstage to ensure he would have the best seat in the house the next day.

This brightly lit room is versatile and has beautiful bay windows. Just renovated, it is perfect for meetings, receptions, breakfasts, lunches or dinners. Classy and refined, this welcoming room will meet your expectations and provide a quiet and charming environment for your meeting.

W. Wilcom

Legend has it that William Wilcom, or "Bad Bill" for those who knew him, was descended from one of the last families of English pirates. After a six-year voyage at sea, he arrived in Montreal, and was so charmed by its beautiful women, cheap beer and general joie de vivre that he made the city his home for the rest of his days.

Often reserved together with the C. Delafond, this room shares a private entrance. It is ideal for meetings and lunches or as a lounge. Its versatile entrance can be used for coffee breaks and lunch buffets. This room, like all those who are in the Nordheimer conference center is provided with a touch screen allowing full control of ventilation, the background sound, brightness and temperature. Luminous and pleasant, this room is ideal for meetings and offers a privileged space. Newly renovated, it combines comfort and modernity to optimize the well-being of its guests.

Stylish and modern, the room W. Wilcom is ideal for all types of meetings!

(Up to 60 people depending on the configuration)

C. Sherwood S.

Standing barely 3’ tall, Charles Sherwood Stratton, better known as General Tom Thumb, was one of the Nordheimer’s most unforgettable guests. A renowned artist with the P.T. Barnum Circus, at his peak he performed for Queen Victoria and King Edward VII. Legend has it that his small stature never kept him from pursuing his biggest dreams.

This spacious room is equipped with three large windows overlooking Old Montreal and the magnificent Royal Bank building. Connected to the Vieux-Port and located in the Nordheimer, the historic building of the hotel, it is the perfect place to hold your dinner, your cocktails or parties. Dazzling and modern, the C. Sherwood S. is a serene and an inviting space, which provides a perfect working environment, but is also a distinguished room for festive receptions.

The C. Sherwood S. is ideal for an elegant reception or a business meeting and can be combined with the C.S. Stratton to accommodate a larger number of guests.

M. Ravel

The most famous French composer of the 1930s, Maurice Ravel was a pioneer in the world of music for having first understood the importance of recording for popularizing works of music. A passionate and charismatic musician, Ravel gave a legendary performance at the Nordheimer, and the enthusiastic applause from an adoring audience still echoes in the building’s walls.

The spacious entrance area is perfect for coffee breaks during meetings held in this spacious hall. Whether you prefer a theater or a classroom style setup, the M. Ravel fits most configurations. Bright and luxurious, this room shows the perfect blend of good taste and elegance in a unique setting. The smooth draperies and sleek designed chandeliers create an atmosphere worthy of a 19th century English private club. Its recent renovations allows for a technological comfort to meet your highest expectations. In this room, the thick carpeting, lightly toned wallpaper and contemporary furnishings illustrates the harmony between the rich historical heritage and the freshness of the contemporary design.

Stylish and bright the M. Ravel is the ideal place for a friendly and memorable encounter!

S. Bernhardt

A timeless figure, Sarah Bernhardt was one of our most illustrious guests. The fantastic love stories of this eccentric globetrotter live on within our walls. Sometimes, in the silence of night, one can hear whispers of her fabled past.

With a classic style and a unique elegance, this room envelops you with its stylish woodwork as well as its warm and luxurious colors. The Sarah Bernhardt ballroom is the ideal choice for a medium sized banquet or any other style of meeting. This room also gives you access to the luxurious atrium of the third floor, where a magnificent crystal chandelier hangs. Newly renovated, you will enjoy a comfortable space while being in control of your environment.

Attractive and bright, this room offers a privileged space for high-end receptions!

The Ruelle des Fortifications

Constructed in the 18th Century under the supervision of the Chief Engineer of New France, the Fortifications of Montreal ensured the protection of the city and its residents for decades. Their remains are a testament to our history. A walk along the Ruelle des Fortifications is a voyage back in time.

The Ruelle des Fortifications is an exceptional setting in which to host your events. Awash in natural light cascading down from the glass ceiling, this welcoming atrium exudes charm and elegance. La Ruelle des fortifications can accommodate various configurations to create the perfect venue and an unforgettable evening for your guests. Exclusive caterer of this venue, our Executive Chef, Matthieu Saunier, will be happy to create a personalized menu for your event.

Unusual and exceptional, the Ruelle des Fortifications is the ideal setting for out of the ordinary events!

Les Voûtes

The Nordheimer historic building houses the majority of our meeting rooms. Hidden in its foundation are three magnificent stone vaults dating from the mid-18th century. These perfectly restored vaults are the ideal place to hold receptions and private functions.

Nordheimer building

Echoing a timeless elegance, the Nordheimer is a building steeped in history. In 1856, the Nordheimer brothers opened up a music shop and amphitheatre on this site. Following the building’s unfortunate destruction by fire in 1886, the building is rebuild by the Nordheimer brothers and architect John James Browne. Towards the end of the 1980s, this fragment of Montreal history was integrated into the Centre de Commerce Mondial and the InterContinental Montreal.